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Farm Happenings at Ecosystem Farm

Growings On 3/25/19

Posted on March 24th, 2019
IMPORTANT: Swaps must be in by Tuesday at midnight this week!  My awesome friend Asa at Local Lands, who happens to be my current brassica source, has to come up to Atlanta a day early to take his wife to an OB/GYN appointment.  So we're shifting the schedule back a day so that y'all can1 read more »

Growings On 3/19/19

Posted on March 18th, 2019
This is the time of year when farm life explodes.  I'm currently writing from my bedroom, because after having worked I'm not sure how many 10-12 hour days in a row, I decided to turn off my alarms and sleep for 14 hours.   Over the past two weeks we have: -Planted peas, beans, tatsoi, le1 read more »

Growings on 3/11/19

Posted on March 11th, 2019
Sometimes you just have to spout off!  After offering a somewhat edited version of my happening last week to the church, we have our livestock guardians! Luna is 3 years old, 80 lbs, and comfortable with free range poultry.   Her son Beau is 1 year old, 100 lbs and is a champ at chasing o1 read more »

Growings On 3/4/19

Posted on March 4th, 2019
Farming is an exercise in overcoming hurdles.  From the seed that doesn't sprout, to the rain that never stops, to the city that plants oak trees in the sidewalk right of way next to my most productive field, to the landlords that ignore requests for months and then throw up obstacles when I d1 read more »